Uncreatives Explore Life
A lot of people talk about traveling. They want to see the world with someone they know or care about. When asked, “What do you wish you could do more of?” most people will most often answer that they wish they could travel more. That said, what makes traveling so precious? We find that it’s the cultures and the people that we connect with who make our travels so special. We’re not talking about the people we smile at in passing but the people who open their worlds to us and welcome ours, too.
Many people get so caught up in their lives that they forget to open their eyes and look beyond the mental constructs they confine themselves. They confuse complacency with comfort. As the years pass, their box tends to get smaller until they find themselves encapsulated in a habitual prison filled with the same unchanging circumstances day after day.
That’s no way to live. So, do as Joe Perri does… travel, take risks, and act with purpose. Don’t travel simply to see new places and brush shoulders with other cultures. Do it to create outstanding opporunities for yourself. Meet people; embrace people; share your world with them and value theirs, too.
Talk to the one-eyed bearded old man at the bar. Sample every single one of those Bertie Bott’s Every Flavour Beans. Open yourself to exploring what life has to offer. And be unapologetically uncreative.